Stamp The Wax announce charity cassette mix series for 10th anniversary

Stamp The Wax announce charity cassette mix series for 10th anniversary

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Stamp The Wax is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a new ten-part edition of the platform’s Monday Morning Mixtape series, raising money for worthwhile causes. 

The cassette-only releases have been compiled by a host of talented names from the electronic music world: Volume 1, Bradley Zero with Zipporah, raising money for Youth Music and SE15 Community Fund; Volume 2, CC:Disco! with Harri Pepper in aid of Casa T, Lisbon; Volume 3, George The Poet and Aaron L for African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust; Volume 4, Jenifa Mayanja and Mr Holiday in aid of MusiCares; and Volume 5, Pender Street Steppers with Rosie Ama for Indian Residential School Survivors Society. 

Each instalment is accompanied by an original illustration from London-based DJ and artist Liv Ayers, who has previously contributed music and visual work to the Monday Morning Mixtape series, which has been running for eight years. The entire Stamp The Wax tenth anniversary cassette collection is available via the website’s Bandcamp until 9th November. Each double cassette is priced £14, or the full run can be bought for £45. 

“Whether it’s through what we’ve made together, conversations shared offline or their own creative output, all five guests have played a pivotal role in moulding, inspiring and growing STW over the last decade. For them all to take part in this milestone project is a huge, huge honour,” said Stamp The Wax co-founder Aaron Levitt. 

 

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